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Pet Urine Stains & Odors

Pet Urine Stains & Odors

Pet Stains Vs Normal Stains

It is no secret that "dogs are a man's best friend". Whether you have a dog, a cat, a bird, or any other animal, a cute fluffy comforting companion truly becomes an additional member of the family! No matter the pet, they all come with messes; some smellier than others. If you are concerned about pet stains and odors left behind by your furry friend, call Zerorez® New Mexico Carpet Cleaning!

Here at Zerorez®, we know that biological issues can be a sensitive subject for many pet owners. Our technicians have been trained to accurately assess the situation so that they can properly serve each customer individually. Leaving you to enjoy your quality time with your pet without worrying about the smells or messes in your home.

Messes and spills are a regular part of living. It happens to everyone, not just pet owners! However, pet stains are much different than normal stains. Bodily fluids and contaminants such as urine, feces, blood, and vomit need to be treated differently than wine or oil stains. Whether you are concerned about odor, stains, or health concerns, we have the best pet treatment for you!

Odor

The most common pet stain in urine, also the most potent. After the moisture in urine has evaporated, it leaves behind alkaline salt crystals on your flooring and carpet and may seep beyond the carpet backing, padding and subfloor. The salt crystals then react with the moisture in the air, causing unpleasant odors. These crystals can be deeply embedded into the fibers of your carpet making them difficult to remove. These crystals need to be removed professionally and in a timely manner, otherwise, the scent will linger for years.

Stains

Urobilin, an element found in the urine, causes the yellow color. Pet urine can penetrate the carpet fibers and discolor or stain your carpet.

Health Concerns

Additionally, the warm acidic nature of pet urine on the carpet is a breeding ground for many biological contaminants. When it comes to pet stains, Zerorez® technicians are professionally trained to treat odor and discoloration, as well as address health concerns.

Pet Stain Removal Process with Zerorez®

Because all stains are so different, be careful attempting to clean pet stains and odors yourself. Harmful chemicals and cleaning agents with the wrong pH levels can make stains and odors worse. Not all pet stain treatments are safe and can leave behind harmful residue. Correct cleaners and methods are key to removing pet contaminations.

Unlike traditional carpet cleaners and pet stain treatments, the Zerorez® pet odor and urine treatment is not an enzyme treatment. We eliminate odors through encapsulating, and bonding. Whether urine penetration is mild to severe, we have pet treatment for you! Zerorez® New Mexico Carpet Cleaning has several options for thoroughly cleaning and odor removal.

Topical Treatment

Topical Zerorez Odor and Urine Treatments™ are applied to the carpet's surface fibers. Our topical treatment deodorizes and applies encapsulators to address bacterial contaminants on the surface of the carpet. For mild contamination cases, this may be all that is needed.

Sub-Floor Extraction

A Sub-Floor Extraction method may be necessary if contamination is deeper below the surface. This treatment breaks down the salt ammonia and urea crystals left from the urine and addresses contaminants all the way down to the padding.

Safe Cleaning

Once treatment has been done, we will clean your carpet as usual with Zerorez®' Powered Water®. Powered Water® is water that has been de-ionized and electrolyzed to create a powerful cleaning solution. This is applied with a pressurized spray to loosen deeply embedded grime and dirt particles. The best part? It is non-toxic and leaves behind Zero Residue®! Request a quote or schedule an appointment with Zerorez® New Mexico Carpet Cleaning to get started!